Here, you will find the region’s longest waves just up north
from Barcelona. The blowing wind provides left waves at Masnou, up to one and a
half meters. But rumors tell us that it can grow to three meters when the
Mediterranean becomes rough.
The waves here are at their best when winter comes and the winds begin to blow violently to the east and southeast. No matter which level you are surfing, Masnou has big waves for you to catch. It is a beloved beach vacation, so it can be quite busy here.
Sant Pere Pescador
Just an hour and a half drive north from Barcelona, you’ll
see Sant Pere Pescador, a town in Golf de Roses. The coastal area of Sant
Pere Pescador is a very relaxing place for a kite trip. The sea breeze at Golf
de Roses is amazingly reliable and often blows with a constant power of 12 to
The wind is on the shore, from the right. That makes it a
great lower intermediate point. Add beautiful beaches and a variety of fascinating
Catalonia dishes and this is the perfect place to fly a kite without stress.
You will find many on-site schools that offer lessons and rental materials.
Does the name of this place ring a bell? The idyllic town of
Castelldefels is known for its beach more than 5 km long; and for its famous
residents. Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi are almost neighbors in this town.
Anyway, Castelldefels beach is a popular and regulated kite area right on
An international kite surfing school based in Barcelona,
Mojokite, offers lessons and rentals in this great location. Wind conditions
are quite reliable and it is only a half hour drive from Barcelona.
Before you start exploring this and other sweet spots along the Catalonian Coast, you should check the no-go zone during peak tourist seasons, from June to September.
Is it possible that the wind was generated by the continuous
arrival and departure of the aircraft at the Aeropuerto de Barcelona – El Prat?
Or do these waves naturally cause, just like in other parts of the Catalonia
Coast? Regardless of the answer, El Prat’s beach provides waves for right and
The location is in the plain of the Llobregat River, with waves of up to two meters for surfers of all levels. Surfers in Catalonia favor this position, and when the conditions are right, El Prat has a full lineup. Get there by public transport these days, because parking spots are like needles in a haystack.
The cemetery is a place in Sitges. Sitges have a long tradition of surfing. It is one of the favorite places of Longboarders Catalan. The city offers more than just a famous beach, it also has delicious seafood restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Because it is a popular spot, parking can be difficult. But in good condition, the beach bins are worth it. The location, near the Sitges cemetery, gave the site a name.
While most points on the Catalonian coast are beaches, this is different from all others. At Río Besos the wave breaks a rock on the right, meaning it’s a break point. And that is not the only difference.
The site is located at the mouth of the Besòs River in Sant Adrià de Besòs, less than ten kilometers north of Barcelona. This is a secret gem among Catalonia surf spots for more advanced surfers.
The long stretch of Montgat has many beach tops. Whenever the points near Masnou get too crowded, Catalonian surfers take over the variables and change Montgat’s peak.
Respect their secrets and you will find you enjoy going out. The break provides both left and right waves for beginners as well as intermediate surfers. The only way down here is the parking lot.
When conditions are right, the Mediterranean serves some
great waves for people who know how to be patient, attracting more fans each
year. Windy coves on Barcelona’s northern coast are a worthy expedition for
windsurfers and kite surfers.
Barcelona’s stunning architecture, mouth watering food and vibrant nightlife make it an attractive choice for your surfing trip. Let’s discover the best surfing spots that Catalonian Coast has to offer!
The nearest beach is within a walking distance from Las Ramblas street of 15 minutes walk. These points are always crowded whenever there is a signal.
Barcelona’s most popular surfing spot has beach vacations and waves crash on the sandy ocean floor. This is the type of amateur wave you want to surf. These moving sand bands in place cause waves to form on the right as well as on the left.
Parking is hard to find in this area, getting there by
public transport and feet will help you with headaches. The only danger of this
place is theft. Therefore, do not let your valuables on the beach get caught,
and enjoy the fullest waves.
This small bay is one of the most beautiful surf spots, the
huts of old fishermen on the beach and the houses scattered across the cliffs
in its unique shape. In the winter, spring and autumn, Garraf is just a place
for surfers to prefer quieter beaches.
Parking at this location is quite easy, except in the
summer. But then again, in the summer the sea tends to be mostly flat. Garraf
also has a break beach with waves both to the right and to the left. Near the
pier is where most of the waves appear. The bay is half an hour south of
Barcelona between Castelldefels and Sitges. Watch out for slightly rocky